The Buccaneers had a busy Thursday night, agreeing to terms with three players, according to a league source.
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Posted: Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, C.J. Wilson, Carolina Panthers, Chris Morris, Clifton Ryan, Gabe Watson, James Anderson, Jeff King, Leon Washington, Louis Leonard, Lyle Sendlein, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Michael Koenen, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Ray Edwards, Restricted tenders, Richard Marshall, St. Louis Rams, Steve Breaston, Tank Tyler, Thomas Davis, Tyson Clabo, Victor Adeyanju
Free agency is fast approaching, and teams are putting together tender offers before the March 5 start of the signing period. Here are some of the more noteworthy offers.
Posted: Sunday, December 27th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Channing Crowder, Dominique Barber, Earnest Graham, Jimmy Wilkerson, Joe Staley, Josh Wilson, Julius Jones, Justin Smiley, Kenny McKinley, Matt Bryant, Michael Koenen, Mike Williams, pierre thomas, Reed Doughty, Rey Maualuga, Ricky Williams, Russ Hochstein, Steve Smith, Tony Gonzalez, Week 16 injuries
Panthers WR Steve Smith, Dolphins RB Ricky Williams and Bengals LB Rey Maualuga were among the notable players who suffered injuries in Week 16.
It’s not all that often that a punter makes headlines, but the news that Atlanta was franchising punter Michael Koenen certainly got some attention.
He was just the second punter to ever receive the franchise tag and the first since Todd Sauerbrun in 1999.
Shortly after Atlanta slapped its franchise tag on punter Michael Koenen, he wasted no time signing it.
The Falcons will slap their franchise tag on undrafted free-agent punter Michael Koenen, league sources said Monday. The franchise punter tag — which rarely is used — carries with it a $2.48 million salary, the average of the top five highest-paid punters in the NFL.